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Mykawa Road is currently a four lane undivided roadway from Farm-to-Market (FM) 518 to Orange Street, reducing to a two lane undivided road from Orange Street to Beltway 8.

Project Overview

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Houston District and the City of Pearland are proposing to widen Mykawa Road from two to four lanes from FM 518 to Beltway 8 in Harris and Brazoria Counties, Texas. The project purpose is to decrease congestion, increase mobility, and improve safety on Mykawa Road.  This project is in partnership with The City of Pearland, TxDOT and the Federal Highway Administration.

Proposed Improvements

  • Widen the existing Mykawa Road from a two-lane undivided roadway to a four-lane divided roadway with a 10-foot shared use path along the west side of the roadway
  • Add storm water drainage and detention, landscaping and street lighting
  • Modify traffic signals, as needed, as well as various public utilities and possible private utility relocation

The proposed project will include up to 25 acres of right of way (ROW) acquisition, up to four residential displacements and up to two business displacements.

Proposed Timeline


  1. Consider public meeting comments
  2. Conduct environmental analysis
  3. Consider public hearing / Notice to afford public hearing


  1. Attain environmental approval
  2. Begin right-of-way acquisition


  1. Anticipate construction activities to begin

Texas has been aggressively acquiring private land through condemnation for transportation projects across the state to accommodate the needs of a growing population. If you have been contacted by TxDOT or any of their representatives, please contact us immediately. The important thing to remember is that even if you’ve received a letter in the mail from a condemnation entity informing you of their intentions, this does not mean that it’s a done deal. There are many ways to influence the condemnation process to ensure that your wants and needs are met, but it’s important that you involve knowledgeable professionals that can help guide you through the process.

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